I am using this PyLivestream library to stream files to youtube. the problem is that once it finishes each video the scren goes down for a second until the next video starts. because it's simply just creating ffmpeg command and running then directly in a subprocess for each media file.
Is it possible to configure an instance of ffmpeg that will always be streaming to the destination. It could just be a blank screen or an image. And it also has an input, so I can point PyLivestream to the repeater.
This way the repeater will create one long un-interupted stream experience, but I can still use PyLivestream to stream the individual files.